About your Search

20121006
20121014
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5
:48. >> thank you, monika. >>> it's 4:42. time for the first your money segment ever the morning. >> jessica is -- of the morning. >> jessica is here. we didn't do so well. >> no. we're not there, folks. part of the problem the international monetary fund says the global economy is getting worse. the imf says the downturn is starting to spread from europe and asia to developing nations. wall street didn't like that. checks the numbers. the dow standes this morning 13,473, dropped 110 points in trade yesterday. nasdaq was down. got hammered too, down by 47 points. the s&p 500 was down by 14. alcoa kicked up earnings season. the aluminum giant reported better than expected profits and sales for the third quarter. investors will be watching shares at the opening bell in just about four hours. fingers crossed. >>> much of wall street appears to be throwing its financial support behind mitt romney. the six biggest banks have all given nearly $2 million to romney's presidential campaign. that's about 40% more than president obama's $700,000 in contributions. this is interesting. it's a switch in c
. >> this is jessica doyle in for andrea roane who will be
attention. more at 4:47. >>> time for your first money segment of the morning. >> the lovely jessica doyle. >> good morning. let's hope the pink helps wall street. we'd like that. it's a happy clorp. we'd like happy news. stocks were lower after the world bank warned asia's economies won't grow as much as expected this year. investors also waiting for earnings news this week from some of the biggest u.s. companies. checking the numbers, the dow starts this morning at 13,583. dropped nearly 27 points in trading yesterday. nasdaq bad day, down 23 points. the s&p 500 was off by 5. a congressional panel says two chinese telecom firms pose a security threat to the united states. the panel says the year long investigation found wawway and zte should be barred from any acquisitions and mergers. the chinese companies deny the allegations calling them dangerous political distractions. >>> the makers of coke, pepsi and dr. pepper are introducing new vending machines that display the number of calories that contain -- that the drink contains. they're in response to growing concerns about sugary soda
of the morning. >> here's jessica doyle with the headlines. another three-digit loss. >> not a good day. we're hoping for better. wall teet is focusing -- wall street is focusing on the profits. they did not like what they saw of alcoa. shares fell after the aluminum company said it's cautious about the company's financial outlook mostly because of the slowdown in china. check be the numbers, the dow stands this morning at 13,344. dropped 128 points in trading. nasdaq was off by 13. s&p 5 hundred also a bad day -- 500 also a bad day off by 9. the c.e.o. of jpmorgan chase is sounding off about taxes. jamie diamond says he's -- die monday says he's willing to pay a higher rate for lower corporate taxes so businesses can compete better globally. dimond joined several c.e.o.s. the u.s. faces a fiscal cliff of $600 billion in tax hikes and spending cuts. if congress doesn't take action by the end of the year. >>> investors seem to like fed ex' new cost cutting plan. it promises to boost profits by $1.7 billion over three years. the company plans to cut jobs, reduce its aircraft fleet, and sell s
for the first your money segment of the morning. >> here's jessica doyle. >> it's not been a good week on wall street. >> tip and top all day yesterday. >> three losing sessions in a row. the best they could muster was a mixed finish and barely. the key averages are down between 1.9 to 2.8%. it's been rough out there. checking the numbers, the dow stands this morning at 13,326. it erased an early gain to close 18 points lower. nasdaq also reversed course, finished the day down about 2 points. the s&p 500, the only green arrow on the board and just barely it was up fractionally on the day. >>> the government says the number of americans applying for unemployment benefits fell last week to the lowest level in more than four years to 339,000. you think that would have boosted wall street. the number consistently below 375,000 suggests hiring is strong enough to lower the unemployment rate. and united airlines is raising prices on more flights, most flights within theist up $10 for -- the u.s. up $10 for a round trip ticket. no other major airlines have matched this fare hike. united tried to rais
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5

Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)